Macedonia was one of the first countries to choose their Eurovision 2015 entry. But since then it’s been unclear if Daniel Kajmakoski will perform his entry in Macedonian or English. Now it seems that the song has been changed to English and is called “Autumn Leaves“.

Later today, the new version of “Lisja Esenski” will premiere on Macedonian TV channel MTV1 at 17:00 CET. You can watch the show here.

Daniel has already shared some lyrics of the English version on his Facebook page. “My heart is beating like a million drums cuz you’re the ground under my feets, I’m trying to hold but baby I’m falling free, like the autumn leaves”.

 

 

Daniel Kajmakoski won the Skopje Fest last November, beating Eurovision 2008 singer Tamara Todevska. Macedonia is competing in the first semifinal of Eurovision 2015 on May 19.

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Leaf
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Leaf

Official version of “Autumn Leaves” and the awesome music video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8QCt6CJCHc

go daniel !!!!!!!

Leaf
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Leaf

@mocosuburbian

Not sure if you have heard some interviews with him…. But he speaks English quite well actually…… Anyway, cannot wait for the official version….. This year the pre-election seems so long I just want all the songs picked this is tiring !!!!!

Euroviper7
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Euroviper7

It was a great song in Macedonian lets hope its just as good on english

LucyEAPercy
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This is a shame, I was really starting to get the beauty of this one. I really like his voice, so I hope it still sounds as good in English!

I’m shocked Serbia are going for English…they’ve never done so, it’s a shame they didn’t stick to their guns. I do despise that song though, so I won’t be particularly listening anyways.

mocosuburbian
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mocosuburbian

his diction is going to suck
it’s not qualifying at this rate according to betting sites

Nitzan
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Nitzan

Guys, Australia is in and it’s LOVELY.

Eugene ESC UK
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Eugene ESC UK

Yes FYR Macedonia has chosen 100% English and so has Serbia. Romania has gone part English and Montenegro 100% Montenegrin. So 6 x 100% non English = 15%, 33 x 100% English and 1 x part English = 85%.

The 6 :- Italy, Spain, France, Portugal, Montenegro and Finland

Easpag
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Easpag

No, no, no!

Alex
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Alex

Very often I wish that countries would send entries in their native languages, and this is yet another year where way too many entries are in English, but this entry could use an English version, I think.

PP
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PP

My TOP 38
1.Norway
2.Italy
3.Slovenia
4.Spain
5.Sweden
6.Serbia
7.Estonia
8.Iceland
9.The Netherlands
10.United Kingdom
11.Romania
12.Belgium
13.Greece
14.Malta
15.Israel
16.Belarus
17.Georgia
18.Denmark
19.Switzerland
20.Poland
21.Moldova
22.Azerbaijan
23.France
24.Austria
25.Cyprus
26.Portugal
27.Lithuania
28.Germany
29.Czech Republic
30.San Marino
31.Albania
32.Hungary
33.Russia
34.F.Y.R Macedonia
35.Ireland
36.Latvia
37.Armenia
38.Finland

Edward Nygma
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Edward Nygma

I don’t think it is necessary that country sings in their own language, but I would really want to start a petition that would ban translatons! Want a song in English? – Then choose one! If not, STOP IT! Geez!

Vicente
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Vicente

Here comes Daniel, finally!!!!!! :DDD
Although I enjoy his macedonian version, still can’t wait its video release!!

Thiago
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Thiago

Maybe they should put that rule back about having to sing in one of the country’s official languages…

Alex
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Alex

“My feets”? I really hope he doesn’t say that… lol

Pastora Soler haha!
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Pastora Soler haha!

No please!!

Don’t do the same than Serbia. Your songs are special in your language, in English they sound… meh